Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Almost There...

Yesterday, my best friend and I worked on a project together. To be specific it was the last project we will ever work on together. When we were finished, as pathetic as it is, we cried. It was sad. We always do that stuff together and here it was, the last project we ever will work on. It was just another lovely reminder that High School is ending. We really do make a good team. I type like a million miles a minute and she is creative. I type up the power point and she makes it pretty and organized. I don't know what I am going to do without her next year. I have only done one power point without her before. I guess next year I am going to have find someone else with the patience to fix up my power points for me.


After we finished crying we sat around and talked about practically our entire High School careers. It was fun but it was sad. It is so weird talking about High School ending. We both know that it is going to end but we just can't accept it. It is so surreal. I can't accept the fact that in a week and three days I will never walk through those double doors again. It is a very weird feeling because I am excited but not.
The comforting thing is that everyone feels the same way that I do. My friend and I were commiserating together yesterday and today during gym all of the seniors were sitting in a circle talking together and everyone mostly feels the same way. We all want to graduate but we are scared and know that is going to be hard to leave our friends.
I know I am going to miss my friends so much. We all have went through so muc together. My other really close friend was telling me that she thinks it is going to be really hard to meet people when she goes aways because she is going to be comparing everyone she meets to us. I know exactly what she means but I guess when we are all there, at college, things will be completely different.
I can't wait to see what happens the last day of school. I want to see how everybody in my grade reacts as we all leave for the last time. Every year we all watched that year's Seniors leave and this year everyone is going to watching us.

7 comments:

Dixie Darlin' said...

Hey- I just want you to know that you are going to love college. Those were the best years of my life. I just happened upon your blog accidently and had to read it because I work with the teen girls at my church and am always interested in the way they see things. I am 32- and I remember high school very well and I enjoyed it, but couldn't wait to get out of there. College is awesome. Just read the post about your prom problems and the mean girls and know that those problems don't exist in college- people are so much more mature. They usually don't care what you look like or how much money you have, either.(Unless you choose to be in a sorority). You are going to love it. If there was a time I could re-live, it would be college. High school doesn't even compare- you will find out! Good luck to you.

yellojkt said...

My son played 'Pomp and Circumstance' at his school's graduation tonight. He still has three weeks to go but all the seniors in his classes are gone, so there isn't much to do.

It's hard to believe he only has one more year.

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Cheeky said...

OK I know that I am older than dirt but I remember EXACTLY what you are going through. Enjoy what you have but don't let it hold you back from enjoying what the future may hold!

Waynecoff said...

well said cheeky,

Silbs said...

It sounds like you've stored up some wonderful experiences and memories. I can tell you that they will serve you well in the future. In college, lots of folks talk about "when I get into the real world." They fail to realize that, for them at that timein thier lives, college is their real world. Stay in the moment and absorb it all in...and best of luck.

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Hope you're feeling better about everything! Best of luck with your new start.

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